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Bright bus headlights guide the way for Doug Shelton, Campus Bus Service lead mechanic, as he walks in the dark through IU’s bus fleet early in the morning.
The School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University is offering a new Portuguese program in its Summer Language Workshop that feels more like a family gathering than a class.
If you're parked on campus and get a ticket, submitting an appeal offers a chance to get the fine waived or reduced.
For students with food allergies or vegetarian diets, visiting a prospective college campus is not just about the academics, it’s about what’s on the menu. That’s where Rachel Noirot, a registered dietitian with Residential Programs and Services, comes in.
Juniors and seniors in IU lecturer Jonathan Racek’s interior design class put their knowledge to the test when they came up with ideas on how the Lotus Education and Arts Foundation building might take shape after renovations.
As she sits at a desk working on her computer, quietly crunching numbers, processing data requests and pulling together workforce reports, you might not realize that Vella Jo Price, computer coordinator and data manager in IU’s Office of Affirmative Action, is a trailblazer.
The IU School of Education honored students in the Balfour Pre-College Academy program with an inaugural Elder Watson Diggs Dreamer Award to honor the first African American graduate of the School of Education.
Laura Wise, GirlPowered camp counselor and IU student, looked over 13-year-old Haley Shelburne’s shoulder at a computer screen. Haley was clicking her mouse, and her face was lit by a screen featuring the character she created for a visual novel.
Is it responsible for journalists covering the presidential election to give equivalent coverage to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton?
Faculty, staff, students at IU and the Bloomington community experienced a multisensory funeral party in celebration of the deaths of literary masters William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes during the month of Halloween.
Angela Mariani was a graduate student in IU's Early Music Institute, now the Historical Performance Institute, when she became a part-time announcer at WFIU in 1991.
Hayden Huybers, an incoming freshman and volleyball player from Fishers, Ind., represents the fifth generation in her family to attend IU.
IU Theatre’s production of “The Exonerated” will offer a look into the true stories of six people who were wrongly accused of murder and sentenced to death.